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Dhoni starts a new Innings by joining College

Posted by Kokolicious on September 27th, 2008

You must have seen Dhoni attending college in Pepsi ad, but now also in real life he is set to enroll for a graduate course at St Xavier’s College, Ranchi, with Office Management and Secretarial Practice as his majors. This decision of Dhoni has disappointed teachers and students of Gossener College where he had enrolled for a bachelor’s course in commerce in 1999 through sport’s quota.

Dhoni wants to be a normal college student and is open to ragging as well. He is willing to attend classes regularly. Teachers and students of St Xavier’s College are excited. Dhoni ki ye padhai kitne world cup layegi only time will tell.


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One Response to “Dhoni starts a new Innings by joining College”

  1. Dr. Kushal Banerjee Says:

    Its fine that Dhoni joined college. But what is NOT fine is his being open to “RAGGING”. It has been stated in the media that he considers people should be “open” to ragging.

    Ragging is taking about 9-10 lives each year and is leaving many more seriously injured. Countless of innocent teenagers are being victims of extreme physical and sexual abuses due to ragging, and this is leaving long lasting effects on their tender minds.

    In this situation, I strongly condemn Dhoni’s being “open” to ragging.

    He knows well that he would not be abused, but the regular students are not so fortunate. It is always expected from a youth icon like Dhoni to support humane modes of interactions and to oppose the “crime” of ragging.

    It is of utter shame that the Indian ODI skipper is welcoming something that is stamped as a punishable crime by the hon’ble Supreme Court.

    - Dr. Kushal Banerjee,
    (from Anti-Ragging NGO, SAVE)

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